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Recent Layoff Tells/Reviews on Automatic Data Processing

2009 Layoffs

ADP lawyer's worked overtime on this as it seems the majority of the layoffs were in the 45+ years of age catagory. We all had to sign a waiver stating we would not sue for age discrimination otherwise, no severance package.

Here I am 2 years later, 58 years old, still no job, no health insurance after Cobra ran out, pension fund gone, savings gone & some of my 401K gone as well. Like most people my age I cannot get individual health insurance because of a pre-existing condition & now I am in danger of losing my home.

Networking with others I find that a majority of the over 50 group are in the same boat as me.

World class employer - HA!


By Someone - as Ex-Employee

More layoffs coming this month. ADP is trading 2 for 1 headcount (2 Indian heads for 1 U.S. head). What a great U.S. company!
By Someone - as Ex-Employee
By A US worker
i like your review -- 2 heads for 1. yes, that seems to be th trend in trch compnaies for a long time -- 2 Indian heads for 1 Us head -- but who whould have to bail them out when they truf f up - US tax payers or Indian tax payers? of course us.
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IT in ADP is run by a Small clique of people from other countries with little or no knowledge about the way things are done in America. Most of these hot shots are here with fictitious credentials and qualifications. One VP was heard remarking in a group meeting after a layoff that people had to be let go so others could keep their bonuses-right before the thanksgiving weekend! This company is not the "Big Red" anymore..
By Someone - as Ex-Employee

ADP Layoffs July New Fiscal Year

Another round just hit... It seemed to be a coordinated event such as the last round. I would agree with some comments that the office culture has been difficult but that has to do with the economy and people being fearful. Being fearful makes others unpleasant to work with and they just cannot help but to make others miserable. ADP has it's great points and challenging points as does other companies. How each lay off has been handled has been insulting especially for those of us that has been with the company for many many years. Advising people over the phone on a conference call is in personal and dispassionate. I feel that if you have the position to complete a face-to-face conversation then the effort should have been made no matter what "coordination" of communication they were trying to achieve. ADP needs to provide more floor communication and provide better support/tips to other managers in handling what to do when he/she may know of a pending lay off. Instead, you are treated like the walking dead and it is not hard to catch on that the next one is you. Even though the end was handled with little to no respect or thanks for service- there are still great people at ADP and I wish them well. Good Luck
By Someone - as Ex-Employee
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I see the layoff coming

It couldn't be more obvious that a layoff is coming. my supervisor is responsible for delegating my work and he has nothing for me beyond June 26th. In addition, he keeps sending out emails that should have a subject line of "Layoffs". In short, he is telling us to check with him before doing certain things, such as purchasing office supplies. Some ADP associates receive an annual bonus, but that bonus is only given to people that are employed by ADP on, or after June 30th. Since it appears the layoffs are coming the week prior, it is really crappy of ADP to send people out into this econony without a job and then screw them out of their bonus with a stipulation.
By Someone - as Employee
By Anonymous
A big round of layoffs happened last week just in time to avoid paying out the bonuses to those employees.
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